Graduate Degrees and Certificate

 

The VCU Medical Physics Graduate program received initial CAMPEP-accreditation in 2010 for both its M.S. and Ph.D. programs.  Its CAMPEP-accredited certificate program began accepting students in 2015.  Our students enter the program from diverse undergraduate backgrounds, including physics, nuclear engineering, bio-medical engineering and other fields, and go on to a variety of positions following graduation.  

How to Apply

To apply to the VCU Medical Physics Graduate program, you must complete and submit an electronic application through the university's graduate admissions page. More informaiton can be found on our FAQ page. The application deadline is January 15.

Graduate Program Admissions Statistics by Year

Graduate program admissions statistics

VCU Medical Physics Graduate Program admissions statistics since 2008 broken down by program. 

 

Post-Graduation Job Placement Statistics by Year

Post grad job placement by year

Job placement statistics for VCU Medical Physics graduates broken down by year of graduation and degree since 2008. As of yet, certificate program statistics are not available. 

 

Cumulative Post-Graduation Job Placement Statistics

Cumulative job placement statistics for VCU Medical Physics graduates broken down by degree. As of yet, certificate program statistics are not available.